Trinity College, Oxford
The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity in the University of Oxford, of the foundation of Sir Thomas Pope (Knight), or Trinity College for short, is one of the constituent colleges
Colleges of the University of Oxford
The University of Oxford comprises 38 Colleges and 6 Permanent Private Halls of religious foundation. Colleges and PPHs are autonomous self-governing corporations within the university, and all teaching staff and students studying for a degree of the university must belong to one of the colleges...

 of the University of Oxford
University of Oxford
The University of Oxford is a university located in Oxford, United Kingdom. It is the second-oldest surviving university in the world and the oldest in the English-speaking world. Although its exact date of foundation is unclear, there is evidence of teaching as far back as 1096...

 in England. It stands on Broad Street
Broad Street, Oxford
Broad Street is a wide street in central Oxford, England, located just north of the old city wall.The street is known for its bookshops, including the original Blackwell's bookshop at number 50, located here due to the University...

, next door to Balliol College
Balliol College, Oxford
Balliol College , founded in 1263, is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England but founded by a family with strong Scottish connections....

 and Blackwells bookshop, and opposite Turl Street
Turl Street
Turl Street is an historic street in central Oxford, England.- Location :The street is located in the city centre, linking Broad Street at the north and High Street at the south. It is colloquially known as The Turl and runs past three of Oxford's historic colleges: Exeter, Jesus and Lincoln...

. It is enclosed by an iron palisade, rather than a wall, giving the college a more open and accessible appearance than many others in Oxford. The college has four major quadrangles, as well as a large lawn and gardens, which include a small area of woodland. Despite its size, the college is relatively small in terms of student numbers, with about 400 students. As of 2010, Trinity had an estimated financial endowment
Financial endowment
A financial endowment is a transfer of money or property donated to an institution. The total value of an institution's investments is often referred to as the institution's endowment and is typically organized as a public charity, private foundation, or trust....

 of £81 million.

Durham College

The site where Trinity College now stands was originally occupied by Durham College. This college had been founded in 1286, at around the same time as the oldest colleges that survive until today. Durham College was built for Benedictine
Benedictine refers to the spirituality and consecrated life in accordance with the Rule of St Benedict, written by Benedict of Nursia in the sixth century for the cenobitic communities he founded in central Italy. The most notable of these is Monte Cassino, the first monastery founded by Benedict...

 monks from Durham Cathedral
Durham Cathedral
The Cathedral Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin and St Cuthbert of Durham is a cathedral in the city of Durham, England, the seat of the Anglican Bishop of Durham. The Bishopric dates from 995, with the present cathedral being founded in AD 1093...

, and was built around a single quadrangle, now known as the Durham Quadrangle. The only major surviving building from the Durham College foundation is the east range of Durham Quad, containing the Old Library, which dates from 1421, although elements of the pre-Reformation fabric also survive on the opposite side of the quad, at either end of the 17th-century hall. Durham College was originally dedicated to the Virgin Mary, St Cuthbert, and the Trinity, and it is thought that Trinity College took its name from the last element of this dedication.


Trinity College was founded in 1555 by Sir Thomas Pope
Thomas Pope
Sir Thomas Pope , founder of Trinity College, Oxford, was born at Deddington, near Banbury, Oxfordshire, probably in 1507, for he was about sixteen years old when his father, a yeoman farmer, died in 1523....

, on land bought following the abolition of Durham College during the period of Protestant Reformation, whose buildings housed the original foundation. Pope was a Catholic
Roman Catholic Church
The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the world's largest Christian church, with over a billion members. Led by the Pope, it defines its mission as spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ, administering the sacraments and exercising charity...

 who had no surviving children, and he hoped that by founding a college he would be remembered in the prayers of its students. His remains are still encased beside the chapel altar. The original foundation provided for a president, 12 fellows, and 12 scholars, and for up to 20 undergraduates. The fellows were required to take Holy Orders
Holy Orders
The term Holy Orders is used by many Christian churches to refer to ordination or to those individuals ordained for a special role or ministry....

 and to remain unmarried.

The College remained a largely all-male institution until 1979, when (in common with a number of other Oxford colleges) it admitted its first women undergraduates. It is now fully co-educational and co-residential.

Sir Ivor Roberts, formerly HM Ambassador to Italy, succeeded The Hon. Michael Beloff
Michael Beloff
The Honourable Michael Jacob Beloff QC is a prominent English barrister. His adoption of the title or style "The Honourable" is a consequence of his father Max Beloff, Baron Beloff, having been awarded a life peerage in 1981...

Queen's Counsel
Queen's Counsel , known as King's Counsel during the reign of a male sovereign, are lawyers appointed by letters patent to be one of Her [or His] Majesty's Counsel learned in the law...

 as President on 26 September 2006. Peter Brown, Tutor in Classics, assumed the position of Pro-President during the interregnum, as he had during Hilary Term 2006 when the ex-president was on sabbatical.


On the top of the West Tower sit four female statues, which represent Astronomy, Geometry, Medicine, and Theology (however, in the Humanist Quadrivium
The quadrivium comprised the four subjects, or arts, taught in medieval universities, after teaching the trivium. The word is Latin, meaning "the four ways" , and its use for the 4 subjects has been attributed to Boethius or Cassiodorus in the 6th century...

 they are Astronomy, Mathematics, Geometry and Music (Bätschmann, 184). The chapel, though relatively modest in size compared to some of its Oxford counterparts, was the first college chapel to be designed entirely in the neoclassical style. It was designed by Henry Aldrich
Henry Aldrich
Henry Aldrich was an English theologian and philosopher.-Life:Aldrich was educated at Westminster School under Dr Richard Busby. In 1662, he entered Christ Church, Oxford, and in 1689 was made Dean in succession to the Roman Catholic John Massey, who had fled to the Continent. In 1692, he...

, with advice from Christopher Wren
Christopher Wren
Sir Christopher Wren FRS is one of the most highly acclaimed English architects in history.He used to be accorded responsibility for rebuilding 51 churches in the City of London after the Great Fire in 1666, including his masterpiece, St. Paul's Cathedral, on Ludgate Hill, completed in 1710...

, and was consecrated in 1694.

Chapel Choir

The Trinity College Chapel Choir consists of up to eight choral scholars and over thirty voluntary singers. The College has one of the largest chapel choirs in the university with the majority of members from within the college. The choir sing a weekly Evensong
Evening Prayer (Anglican)
Evening Prayer is a liturgy in use in the Anglican Communion and celebrated in the late afternoon or evening...

 on a Sunday with occasional weekly services to mark college events. Trinity College has no music director, and responsibility falls to the organ scholar
Organ scholar
An organ scholar is a young musician employed as a part-time assistant organist at an institution where regular choral services are held. The idea of an organ scholarship is to provide the holder with playing, directing and administrative experience....

s and is overseen by the chaplain
Traditionally, a chaplain is a minister in a specialized setting such as a priest, pastor, rabbi, or imam or lay representative of a religion attached to a secular institution such as a hospital, prison, military unit, police department, university, or private chapel...

. The choir goes on annual tours, recent tours include Dublin in 2008, where they sang concerts and a Sung Eucharist in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
Saint Patrick's Cathedral , or more formally, the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Patrick is a cathedral of the Church of Ireland in Dublin, Ireland which was founded in 1191. The Church has designated it as The National Cathedral of Ireland...

, Rome in Summer 2009, Paris in 2010 and Barcelona in 2011. In 2009, the choir released a new CD, called 'A Voice from Afar'.

Notable former students

See also Former students of Trinity College.

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  • John Aubrey
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  • Laurence Binyon
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  • George Blackwell
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  • George Ferguson Bowen
    George Ferguson Bowen
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  • James Bryce
    James Bryce, 1st Viscount Bryce
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  • Richard Francis Burton
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     (sent down)
  • George Butterworth
    George Butterworth
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  • Cecilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore
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  • Sidney A. Alexander
    Sidney A. Alexander
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  • Joyce Cary
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  • Justin Cartwright
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  • Noel Godfrey Chavasse
  • Lionel Chetwynd
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  • Lord Clark
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  • Spencer Compton, 1st Earl of Wilmington
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  • Richard Corbett
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  • Vincent Cronin
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  • Anthony Crosland
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  • Simon Danielli
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  • John Denham
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  • Richard Foster
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  • Sir Edward Gent
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  • Rayner Goddard, Baron Goddard
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     (former Lord Chief Justice)
  • David Green
    David Green (director)
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  • Basil Harwood
    Basil Harwood
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  • David Hennessy, 3rd Baron Windlesham
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  • Richard Hillary
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  • Cyril Norman Hinshelwood
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  • Mamoru Imura
    Mamoru Imura
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  • Henry Ireton
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  • Miles Kington
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  • Frank Klotz
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  • Kit Lambert
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  • Walter Savage Landor
    Walter Savage Landor
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  • Frank Luntz
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  • Robin Leigh-Pemberton
  • William Lisle Bowles
    William Lisle Bowles
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  • Thomas Lodge
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  • A. E. W. Mason
  • Edward Powys Mathers
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  • Robert MacCarthy
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  • Norris McWhirter
    Norris McWhirter
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  • Ross McWhirter
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  • Revd Canon Charles Oswald Miles
    Christopher Oswald Miles
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  • John Middleton Murry
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  • Henry Moseley
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  • Blessed John Henry Newman (Cardinal Newman)
  • James Newcome
  • Lord North
  • Arthur Lionel Pugh Norrington
    Arthur Lionel Pugh Norrington
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  • Angus Ogilvy
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  • Pitt the Elder, first Earl of Chatham
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  • William Gifford Palgrave
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  • Arthur Quiller-Couch
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  • Terence Rattigan
    Terence Rattigan
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  • George Rawlinson
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  • Jacob Rees-Mogg
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  • Archibald Robertson (bishop)
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  • John Rogers
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  • Sir John Sinclair
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  • John Somers, Lord Somers
  • James Stanhope, 1st Earl Stanhope
    James Stanhope, 1st Earl Stanhope
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  • Martin Stevens
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  • Peter Stothard
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  • William Stuttaford
    William Stuttaford
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  • Jeremy Thorpe
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  • Simon Tolkien
    Simon Tolkien
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  • Andrew Tyrie
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  • Tunku Varadarajan
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  • Peter Wildeblood
    Peter Wildeblood
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Literary Trinity

Fictional former students include Jay Gatsby and Tiger Tanaka. Recent books in which Trinity features prominently are:

Notable fellows and Presidents

See also Presidents of Trinity College; Fellows of Trinity College.

  • Ralph Bathurst
    Ralph Bathurst
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  • Michael Beloff
    Michael Beloff
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  • Robert Harris
    Robert Harris (President of Trinity)
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  • Cyril Hinshelwood
  • Henry Stuart Jones
    Henry Stuart Jones
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  • Martin Kemp
    Martin Kemp (art historian)
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  • Ronald Knox
    Ronald Knox
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  • Hans Adolf Krebs
    Hans Adolf Krebs
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  • Michael Maclagan
    Michael Maclagan
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  • Arthur Lionel Pugh Norrington
    Arthur Lionel Pugh Norrington
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  • Anthony Quinton
  • Ronald Syme
    Ronald Syme
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  • Thomas Warton
    Thomas Warton
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  • John Weaver
    John Weaver (historian)
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  • Alexander Korsunsky

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